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Lindsay Fabre presents the Battle of the Flowers, Wayville, October 10th, 1936
Bib ID 748653
Format BookBook
Description [Adelaide] : Battle of Flowers Ltd., 1936 
[36] p., [2] leaves : ill., port. ; 26 cm. 
Summary

Consists chiefly of recipes with concert program in middle.

Notes

At head of title: Our Centenary.

Cover title: Our Centenary 1936 : official programme : first Battle of Flowers, South Australia.

Cited In

Hoyle, J. Annotated bibliography of Australian domestic cookery books, 1860s to 1950, 124

Subjects Cooking.  |  South Australia -- Centennial celebrations, etc.
Other authors/contributors Fabre, Lindsay  |  Battle of Flowers Ltd

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